By Theodore of Mopsuestia,Joel C. Elowsky,Marco Conti
Regrettably, Theodore used to be dragged posthumously into the Nestorian controversy, and his works have been condemned by way of the 3 Chapters and the Council of Constantinople in 553. consequently a lot of his theological and exegetical works have been misplaced or destroyed. the unique Greek model of his remark at the Gospel of John continues to be purely in fragments. This new English translation is predicated on an early whole Syriac translation dated A.D. 460-465, inside of 40 years of Theodores dying in 428.
While fees of heterodoxy opposed to Theodore will not be solely justified, there continues to be an obvious dualism in his Christology that are meant to be severely considered in gentle of the later Chalcedonian formulation. With this warning, there nonetheless continues to be a lot that's priceless for modern readers, no matter if preachers, scholars or lay humans drawn to the early churchs realizing of the Gospel of John.
Here for the 1st time is a whole English translation of this invaluable paintings, ably translated by means of Marco Conti and edited via Joel C. Elowsky.
Ancient Christian Texts is a sequence of recent translations, such a lot of that are the following offered in English for the 1st time. The sequence offers modern readers with the assets they should research for themselves the most important writings of the early church. The texts represented within the sequence are full-length commentaries or sermon sequence according to biblical books or prolonged scriptural passages.
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Commentary on the Gospel of John (Ancient Christian Texts) by Theodore of Mopsuestia,Joel C. Elowsky,Marco Conti